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AviaTour2018 Conference to be on held on 12th to 13th July

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9th Jul 2018 | Elizabeth Sasu

The maiden event of the AviaTour 2018 Conference organized by GH-Aviation, comes off on the 12th of July, 2018 at the Marriott Hotel, Airport City, Accra-Ghana and a tour on the 13th july, 2018..

This event seeks to bring together stakeholders in the Aviation and Tourism Industry, who will come under roof to ”bridge the gap between aviation and tourism for sustainable socio-economic development”.

International industry players like Raphael Kuuchi, Xavier Masule, Toni Ukachukwu, etc. will be speaking and sharing their views at the event.

Hon. Cecilia Abena Dapaah will be part of the panel discussion “Liberalisation of Africa Air Market: Possibilities and Benefits to Ghana’ with co-panelists from South African Airlines, Africa World Airlines, Ghana publishing company, Pinnacle college and the moderator Dr Kofi Henaku from Legal and Allied.

Another panel discussion,  ”Harnessing the opportunities in Aviation and Tourism for sustainable development” will have speakers from Ministry of Tourism, TOUGHA, Firmus Advisory, Marriot Hotel and GATA discussing the subject matter.

There will be a lot of oral presentations talking about the role aviation plays in tourism, the eye in relation to the industry and so on.

Our Ghanaian culture will not be left out. There will be a cultural display by Great Africa Heritage Dance Ensemble. Cofarn band will also showcase the ghanaian music to listeners.

It is going to be a day where we showcase Ghana in all respect.



Source: gh-aviation

Written by: Adwoa Sasu

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